Who decides what children should be taught?

I have already commented on the protests by Muslim parents outside Parkfield Community School in Birmingham. Since then, similar protests have been taking place outside

Funded theological education & placement options at Oldham Bethel Church

It seemed a good time to remind you that we have some fully funded theological placements available. We have options on 1, 2 or 4

Recovering the primacy of the church: what about theological education?

I’ve been discussing issues pertaining to world missions of late. Specifically, my latest two posts considered the relationship between the church and mission agencies. They

Affinity invites your comments on some stuff I said

I put out some posts a short while ago regarding theological seminaries and the requirements for Biblical eldership. Particularly, I was discussing the question of

The government clampdown on university ‘safe spaces’ is hypocrisy: they created the problem

There is a welcome bit of news in yesterday’s Guardian. The newly created Office for Students is being given powers to crack down on universities

The problem with ‘British values’: another case in point

It is amazing how the nebulous, amorphous and still, as yet, ill-defined ‘British values’ continues to be pushed as though they contain enforceable boundaries. Nevertheless,

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